posted on Aug, 19 2013 @ 08:56 PM
When I first heard about this and read the diffent sites it requires that there be a point to pause and reflect. Having reflected on this, taking all
of the posts in and the different postings the following can be stated:
We should not question as to why one group or another wants to march and demand that their voices be heard in this country. It is one of the
fundament right of all citizens to redress any and all grievences that they feel that the government has done to them. Of that there can be no doubt.
And some of the grievences that those who are Muslim and are citizens have in this country, are very much valid.
But here is where it starts to get sticky, that is that they are demanding tolerance and fail to give such tolerance towards those who dare disagree
with them. While there there is debate as to who actually did the attack on 9/11, the point is that the majority of the people believe that the high
jackers were extremist in the Islamic religion. And they are using this day to try to prove a point, yet fail to see that doing the march on 9/11 is
going to be viewed as offensive to the majority of the country.
And like any major gathering, there is going to be people of all types there, both those who are there for peaceful means and others who are there for
not so peaceful purposes.
And how they will be judged is by the speakers and how the crowd is when it does its march. If it is peaceful it may give some pause, but
unfortunately it is going to be a big mess all around.